Most notably, it's significantly slower to charge an iPhone X, iPhone 8, or iPhone 8 Plus via a wireless charger right now, compared to a wired charger.
MacRumors' testing suggested a slightly faster charge. Apple's working on its own AirPower wireless charging pad, one that will charge up to three devices at a time like (your iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch).
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The 7.5W Belkin accessory that Apple sells recharged an iPhone X running iOS 11.2 from 46% to 66% in 30 minutes. Although the added support for 7.5W Qi charging won't introduce a dramatically quicker wireless charging experience, the evidence points out that users should expect marginally improved charging speeds.
In that update, the phones will accept 7.5-watt charges on Qi charging pads, rather than the current 5 watts.
Apple had previously said faster speeds would be released in a future update, which seems to be iOS 11.2.
Up until iOS 11.1 the Qi-enabled iPhones could charge wirelessly by up to 5W and after 11.2 they can go as high as 7.5W - this was divulged by accessory maker RAVpower. The iOS 11.2 beta is now available for developers only, but could launch soon to the public.